Local

James Tensuan


The dark auditorium inside the Museum of Monterey is so small that the jazz music roars. It’s almost overpowering, and yet, the people in the audience are tapping their toes and clapping along.

 

Doug McKnight

The City of Pacific Grove is holding a special election on April 19th with just one issue on the ballot. It is an initiative to change a zoning restriction and allow a hotel to be built on the site of the American Tin Cannery. While zoning issues generally don’t generate much interest, this one’s become a fight for the City’s future.

Doug McKnight


A group of scientists is warning that West Coast waters are quickly growing more acidic. They issued a report this week urging coastline states to adopt a plan to deal with the ocean’s rapidly changing chemistry.

Samantha Clark


Driscoll’s, the world’s largest berry distributor, has a reputation of being socially responsible in an industry often criticized for abuses. Even so, farmworkers and activists are targeting the family-owned company, saying it allows unfair labor practices.

Krista Almanzan

For many college students spring break is a time to party, travel or just sleep and relax.  But across the nation some are choosing public service over partying. 

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